Toledo Spain – A Must See Town and Perfect Day Trip From Madrid | 90+ Countries w/3 Kids



Join us for a tour of Toledo one of the most visited places in all of Spain! We were completely amazed. Walking through the streets of this city made us feel that …



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  • Love from Zanzibar I'm still follow you to watch your videos..have a good journey to continue upload more videos

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  • Nice breakfast i like that

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  • Great place I like there but stay safe

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  • Nice video. The canary islands off the African northwest coast are part of Spain too.

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  • I was there in 2015, and I got lost a lot, too! But it was such fun seeing the history of that part of Spain.

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  • Nice Family and nice Journey,Greetings from Ukraine.

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  • Very nice video and interesting info👌👌👌👌👌👍👍👍👍

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  • Creciendo sin fronteras, una bonita filosofía de vida, que los niños vean culturas distintas amplían sus horizontes y que no identifiquen lo que es diferente con algo malo… aparte de esto Toledo es maravillosa, aunque hay que mentalizarse a que sus calles son bastante escarpadas xd. Un saludo para las cuatro y te dejo una sugerencia de un destino mágico en España https://youtu.be/ZtUqecPNXgI

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  • Hmmm i almost like to watch your video but everywhere you go you can't live without Starbucks and Costco.

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  • I had similar reactions and I'm so excited that you can go here with your Madrid metro card for free! So I will definitely be returning here soon now that it's warm 🙂

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  • Hello. I really enjoyed your video but i must say something about the inquisition subject you said, that's a completely wrong information. Seriously.

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  • Toledo Spain looks lovely

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  • You mentioned the spanish inquisiton. Well, even the BBC (never very pro-spanish) recognized that the 90% of things said about it are just… lies. Propaganda against Spain made by french, bristish, swedish, and dutch. Because those crowns were declaring war to Spain permanently.

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  • About the spanish inquisición , all you Heard about id mostly wrong, in almost 400 years they kill "only" about 300 people . In comparaison with the netherlands , great britain or France.But the Spanish black legend …it's so powerfull about telling lies that the majority of the people think it's true .Only the ones that have study some history knows it's true what I'm saying

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  • Let me explain to you a little bit about the Inquisition. Basically in a lot of places people think that it was an institution that existed just in Spain, but the reality is that Spain was not the first country and the only one in create this "court" to punish people that was not catholic. Actually it existed in all Europe. You said in the video that the kings ask for permition to the Pope to create it but the thing is that kings had a lot of pressure, even from other countries, to establish it, because apparently, at the beginning, they were reticent. But the fact that Spain at that time was the most powerful empire in the world (and so that this country made a lot of cruel things), made to a lot of countries create what is known as "La leyenda negra"(Basically it was the fake news of the epoch), specially The UK and, The Netherlands to damage the image of Spain (In the case of The Netherlands because Spain did a lot of atrocities there) . Of course, the Inquisition made countless atrocities across three centuries but is was not worse than anywhere else. (Actually the biggest developper of the Inquisition was Torquemada (who had Jewish roots ). He was really a monster. The conclusion of all this long (an maybe for a lot of people boring) lines is: That Spain has always been ruled by fools

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  • Yesterday I just recommended you to go to Toledo and today I find that you have already been there. lol. Good thing, that you spent the night there, because usually touroperators promote going there just for the day and tourists doesn`t spend money in the hotels, which the city really needs

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  • 🇪🇸✌️

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  • Very nice Beautiful Spain.

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  • There is a small town called Cuerva about 20 miiles south of Toledo. It is exactly underneath my home town of Taihape in New Zealand. If you dug a hole through the earth you would get there. Look on antipodes map on internet. zoom in on taihape or cuerva, and it will show you.
    We visited Cuerva when we were there earlier this year. Great video .Thanks.

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  • Thanks for this video. We went to toledo earlier this year and stayed at the mayoral central hotel. One of the best places we stayed in Europe. Toledo is a beautiful place to visit.

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  • Hi from Wales! Loved the upload. Going to Toledo (as well as other places in Spain) in February. Thanks for the tour 🙂

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  • Hello Pattons…..love your journey with your princesses ….my first time to watch like this…im happy to see place n country like this …..something like in my country the Philippines……goodluck…………….roland

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  • Talk less show more! Good effort.

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  • Thank you for your video, very interesting. I am visiting Toledo in October, can you recommend any accommodation. Thank you for your help

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  • the expresions of your daughters are the best of the video

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  • Hello, I really enjoyed your video. Thank you for all the valuable information on Toledo. I am watching from Santa Ana, California.

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  • Viva España!

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  • Toledo not “Tolido”

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  • Toledo es preciosa y original. Es la ciudad medieval más bella y completa de Europa. Su Casco Histórico es el segundo del mundo en cantidad de monumentos. Toledo is so beautiful and original. It is considered the most beautiful and complete medieval city in Europe. Also the Old Town has the second largest concentration of historical monuments in the world.

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  • Toledo is one of the few cities in the world that has all its historic center declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It has cobblestone streets whose pavement dates back to 1100, and buildings (still functional) that surpass 500 years old. Its layout is completely medieval, and its narrow streets have not changed in more than a thousand years. In addition, you can visit some Roman ruins (although very few), and its medieval walls are one of the best preserved in Spain.

    I recommend visiting it.

    Greetings from Spain

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  • thanks for this beautiful video

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  • I went to Spain last year and Toledo was my favorite place.

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  • TOLEYTILA , the city of my grandfathers 😓☹️☹️

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  • Very interesting! Thank you

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  • Spain and France are the top two most popular destinations in the world.

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  • Stop traveling and ruining my fucking enviroment, sincerely mother earth

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  • Hello you beautiful family, all i can say those religious fanatics that existed should have not, they did more harm than good, as they could not get along with each other as their all are untrue, and Chandelle your 3 girls i love so much, the way they were eating those cookies, and Chloe couldn't wait to get her hand on one and that was so cute, i love you all, bye bye Jerome from Florida

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  • much love from China

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  • I didn't get to go to Toledo on my trip, it looks so beautiful !!!

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  • I'll be there in few weeks, any hotels you recommend? Thanks!

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  • I love your videos and think you are all lovely. Thank you so much 😊

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  • The Inquisition was a huge advance in terms of human rights. Everything was documented and everyone had a defense attorney. Did you know that they were burned just fifty nine witches in Spain during the more than three hundred years that lasted the Spanish Inquisition, whereas there were thousands and thousands of burned witches all over Europe only in the sexteenth century? Btw, in 1693 some twenty witches were hung just in Salem, USA. Did you know that most of the torture instruments in that museum in Toledo are not actually Spanish and had to be imported from Switzerland and Germany because they were forbbiden by the Spanish Inquisition due to their cruelty? You should get informed better before telling nonsense.

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